Where did the Bible Come from?      

                                                                        Is the Bible True?   

                 W hat is the Bible?

                                                           Is there a "Center" to Scripture?


GREAT QUESTIONS!!

Have you ever wondered about these questions or similar questions?

                   Here is an opportunity for you:

            MAKING SENSE OF THE SCRIPTURE 

                                GROUP STUDY

     Men.....Women....Single....Couples  All are welcome!

Cost: Study book suggested donation $15

Begins on Wednesday October 5th  8 sessions

                    6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall

In Making Sense of Scripture, Author, David Lose, invites the reader to engage in a conversation, one that he imagines discussing around his kitchen table, about seven major questions of  the Bible. More than a standard biblical reference book, Making Sense of Scripture is a dialogue that encourages readers to bring their questions or doubts to the table when reading Scripture. During this conversation, there are different      opportunities for the reader to interact with the Bible, ultimately leaving room for personal transformation of the   heart and mind.    (copied from study description found on Augsburg Fortress)
We need to order materials ASAP

For more information or to reserve your spot, contact group facilitators:
Ginny Korte-Castle 218-384-3896
Myrna Postal 218-384-3186 (h)  218-269-5130 (c)


Adult Christian Education

"Therefore I will teach them - this time I will teach them my power and might. Then they will know that my name is the LORD." Jeremiah 16:21

Bible Study for all - Fridays at 11:00 am 
Meet in the Fellowship Hall - new faces are always welcome!  Contact the church office with any questions.       

Bethesda sponsors periodic Bible Studies, Prayer Retreats and other events to nurture and enrich the spiritual journey! Watch this page for Christian Education Programs and Events.

Bethesda Evangelical Lutheran Church